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AJA CPD Seminar: Solar Technology by Sunworks
Thursday 07 March 2019 | 12:30 pm - 02:00 pm
AJA CPD Seminar on Solar Technology kindly hosted & presented by Mark Brandon of Sunworks. Solar (PV) photovoltaic technology harnesses power from the sun and turns it into electricity. Manufacturers are now turning their attention to the integration of solar with energy storage, energy management and e-mobility for the modern home. Mark Brandon has been building up the name for Solar technology with his family owned company SunWorks over the last 7 years and has worked in a variety of projects from powering-up off grid- scout huts at Crabbe, to bespoke high-net-worth new builds and everything in between. Solar is ready to make an impact in Jersey and contribute to the growing demand for electricity in Jersey, but the integration and product choice is vital. Explore the different technologies and discuss the evolving attitudes to solar, what it is and what it is not, its controversial aesthetics and what to expect from the technology in the future. Topics covered Solar technology fundamentals A 2019 energy vision for Jersey Solar and the complete residential energy solution Solar panels Battery storage Energy management/ Apps Energy Automation E-Mobility (EV Charging) Aesthetics of solar Types of mounting Types of solar (panels, slates, thin film, BIPV) A look at some project picture from Jersey sites Island integration and attitudes vs action Jersey Electricity Government policy Flexible tariffs Planning and By Laws Q & A This CPD is complimentary, with a sandwich buffet and drinks from 12:30pm. The Seminar will start at 1.00pm and finishes no later than 2.00pm.
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